Brammo Enertia appears on the cover of Cycle World this month (on news stands March 2, 2010):
No word yet on what the article says, but stay tuned…
And then there is this:
Brammo Enertia chosen as one of two finalists of The Edison Award for Best New Product in the Transportation Category:
The Edison Awards, a peer-review honor similar to the Oscars, is voted on by roughly 2,000 members of the not-for-profit Marketing Executives Networking Group (MENG), America’s top executives and academics. The awards symbolize the persistence and excellence personified by Thomas Alva Edison, inspiring America’s drive to remain in the forefront of innovation, creativity and ingenuity in the global economy. Thomas Edison created four industries without which modern life cannot function. They are Electric Power Generation, Recorded Sound, Motion Pictures, and Electric Light Bulbs — all things we take for granted today. Edison also made crucial contributions to a host of other industries including the Storage Battery, Telecommunications, Cement, Chemicals, and Mining. Edison Awards are judged on Marketplace Innovation, Marketplace Success, Technological Innovation, Market Structure Innovation, Societal Impact, and Design Innovation.
“Innovation is more important now than ever,” said Caldicott. “The finalists we announced today are the moving parts in the engine of economic growth.”
More information on this auspicious award can be found here: http://www.edisonawards.com/BestNewProductAward.php